Last year as I was traveling back to Germany from Brussels, the Lord spoke to me at the bus stop;
“Beloved, do you know the marriage vows?”
I tried to remember the words of the typical wedding vows that one always hears.
“Yes Lord, I think I do,” I replied.
And then He said, “Study the vows Beloved, for in them are the things that I want to give you.”
As soon as I got home I started an online research about marriage vows, their history and their variations. I was so moved by the promises carried in the words, and how the Lord had said that these were the things that He wanted to promise to me. I fell on my knees and cried out to Him. I was so humbled. That night I wrote my own wedding vows to the Lord and spoke them to Him…ending with, till death bring us eternally together again.
A few months later as I was spending time in the presence of God, I saw a vision where I was in a cabin. Outside was a bench looking out into a green field. As I prayed I looked out the window and saw the presence of God descending like a cloud over the bench. I knew it was an invitation to go and sit with Him. I walked out the door and entered into His presence.
As I sat there, a scroll unraveled in front of me. I asked the Lord what it was. He told me that it was a marriage contract.
“But Lord,” I exclaimed, “I have already renewed my covenant with you not so long ago.”
“Yes you did,” He replied, “But you did not sign this certificate. This is a legal document binding Me to You. I am obliged to fulfill everything that is written on it: To always love you under all circumstances, to provide for you and to protect you and be your covering. Beloved this document is valid in all the courts of heaven. When the accuser of the brethren would accuse you, this legally binding certificate will be taken out and will be a witness to your favor. I make my covenant with you to protect you from all that is still to come.”
I was blown away.
“Daughter, I love you. Whether everything in your life is falling into place or whether things seem to be falling apart, I love you. No matter what season and time you go through, I love you. No matter what happens around you in the world, destruction and calamity, I love you. The times when you feel close to me and the times when I feel far from you, I love you. No matter who comes into your life or leaves it, I love you. I have ALWAYS loved you, I love you STILL and I ALWAYS WILL.”
Fast forward to a more recent time, a vision
I stood before an old wooden door. The wood was old and rugged. It was not a fancy door, but there was something about it that made me desire to walk through it so much. Then I noticed how blood started flowing over the door, as if it was being poured down from above. Soon the whole door was covered in blood. I noticed how the blood moved on the surface of the door, it was not still…it was as if the blood was alive.
The Lord appeared next me. “This is my blood that was poured out on the cross to save all man from their sin. Those who enter through this door are those that love me and My Father. Those who love me love my Father too, for I am in the Father and He is in Me. This is the door of covenant love and sacrifice. This is the door the Bride enters through, which also leads to the preparation chamber for our wedding. I laid my life down so that all men could live. But even before anyone walks through this door, I love them. Always remember Beloved, that even while you were a sinner, I loved you. I always loved you, I love you still and I always will.”
For I am convinced [and continue to be convinced—beyond any doubt] that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor things present and threatening, nor things to come, nor powers, nor height, nor depth, nor any other created thing, will be able to separate us from the [unlimited] love of God, which is in Christ Jesus our Lord.
Romans 8: 38-39 AMP